Magic Minerals is a mineral makeup and "as seen on TV" beauty product that was created by Jerome Alexander, a celebrated international beauty visionary and an iconic makeup artist. The man wanted to create a unique and high-performing cosmetic product. The result was an innovative multi-task foundation compact that intends to cover your face skin in one convenient compact. This product from Jerome Alexander is the mineral foundation that is claimed to conceal such skin imperfections as age spots, blemishes, fine lines, as well as improve your skin's complexion. The Magic Minerals foundation promises to leave your skin smooth and attractive that hasn't lost its natural feel. The product is available in the form of universal translucent powder that is said to adjust to any skin tone. It has a lightweight texture, thus, it is expected to glide effortlessly onto skin. The coverage is promised to last at least 12 hours, according to the brand.
All this sounds just impressive but can the Magic Minerals really be worn instead of your normal foundation, corrector, concealer, and finishing powder with no need to apply any other products on top of this foundation? This question needs to be answered further in this review. This foundation is suggested for use by the owners of light to medium colored skin complexions only. It is meant to cover over acne, while not clogging the pores and causing any outbreaks. Will the product help us to look our best in the modern society at a reasonable price? The manufacturers of Magic Minerals foundation insist that it is not going to make you look greasy or older. If you've got a celebration coming up or you are going to use it every day, make sure that it meets your needs first.
What differentiates the Magic Minerals magic from other foundations is its unusual color correcting formula. It uses four color correctors in its super micronized powder formula. For example, lavender is used to improve skin complexion and remove sagging. Pink is used to brighten the look of the skin, yellow is used to conceal dark circles, while mint is said to be able to neutralize redness and reduce breakouts. These color correctors intend to provide coverage, which not only covers and conceals skin imperfections but also corrects them. Beside the color correctors, the formula of the Magic Minerals foundation also contains a natural SPF. It is used to protect the user's skin from negative sun impact.
In addition, this foundation provides some skin protection with the inclusion of vitamin C and certain antioxidants which work together to protect the user's against the damage caused by free radicals. The manufacturer of the Magic Minerals claims that they avoid using any skin irritating ingredients. The product is said to be fragrance and talc free. The foundation is claimed to be hypoallergenic, which makes it suitable for usage on all skin types including sensitive. But is this product really safe to use as claimed by the manufacturer? Let us take a look at potential side effects and allergic reactions, as well as at the real customers reviews left on third-party websites.
The Magic Minerals foundation is said to be translucent, so you don't have to worry that your skin will look caked on or unnatural, but as many customers report in their reviews online, it is not as effective. Besides, the company behind the product claims that it is hypoallergenic; however, the owners of sensitive skin report that it breaks out easily after just one usage. It means that the product can be irritating. Some users claim that it does not last all day, and you have to apply some more of the product onto your skin. The manufacturer also promises that the foundation can adjust to your skin tone automatically but it is not true, as the users say. Moreover, it is not suitable for dark skin types. Most of the hype that Magic Minerals has received is due to the advertising campaign on television. It is an ordinary concealer, not a cure for any skin condition. There is nothing special about this product and it is not going to help you with any skin ailments. All it can provide is a purely aesthetic fix. It is necessary to point out that it isn't necessarily beneficial for your skin. This foundation will not improve the state of your skin or complexion.
It's hard to imagine that a single product available in only one shade can be beneficial. But when you read all the available Magic Minerals reviews from actual customers, you will find out that it does not work wonders. The majority of the testimonials exclaim that the product is too overestimated. In some cases, it is even unable to cover skin imperfections and discolorations, not to mention failure to work for all skin tones. In addition to the Magic Minerals, some people also use other concealers or correcting products. What most people liked, tough, was that the foundation is really lightweight. However, it does not work for all skin tones or skin types. There are many users' complaints about the product online. For example, many customers report that it is not suitable for darker skin types. The foundation makes medium-tanned skin like the one of a clown. Others simply claim that Magic Minerals is just a scam and ask everyone not to waste their money! Let us take a look at the real customers' reviews available online.
"I just checked the ingredients in Magic Minerals foundation and I found out that it is not healthy. When I called the customer service of the company they never answered what was in their product. Their official website didn't show it either. Remember that what we put on our skin goes into us. I turned to a healthier makeup with Red Apple foundation. I am also looking for a good concealer."
"Magic minerals is not even worth the money it costs. $20.00 is not much money but don't expect to get decent cosmetics for such money. I have a light skin tone and I have wasted a lot of money to achieve great make up. This product is certainly not good for my skin. So if you have pale/pallid skin, don't waste your money, otherwise you will look quite unhealthy. The manufacturer should make a statement that it isn't suitable for other skin types."
"I just tried MagicMinerals foundation to conceal some discolorations from aging and sun damage on my face. It turned out to be just horrible. It made me look like a zombie with my medium complexion, plus it doesn't cover age spots. It cakes my face and looks like I put talcum powder on my skin. I just wasted $20.00 on this unnatural look."
The product costs $20 which includes shipping. You will also find a brush and mascara in the package. You don't have to pay shipping charges. I believe that only expensive cosmetics work. Cheap make-up is usually associated with lousy results.
Magic Minerals has received an average rating of two stars out of five. Most users are not ready to recommend the product to others. They complain about poor results, high risk of experiencing side effects and adverse reactions, not being suitable for all skin types and tones as claimed by the manufacturer. The only benefits of the foundation include a 30-day money back guarantee, free shipping and low cost. If you have got light skin, or darker skin, this product is definitely not for you. Many people with such skin tones were very disappointed with this product. Taking into account all advantages and disadvantages of the foundation, I cannot recommend Magic Minerals to usage.